Book , Print , Conference in English

Global studies : mapping contemporary art and culture

Hans Belting [and others] (eds.) ; texts by Julia T.S. Binter [and others].
  • Ostfildern : Hatje Cantz, ©2011.
  • 455 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Subjects
Series
Contents
  • Editorial
  • Global Studies: Mapping Contemporary Art and Culture / Peter Weibel
  • Content of the Present Volume / Jacob Birken
  • Between Local and Global Markets
  • Versatile Collaborations: Narratives of Alighiero Boetti's Afghan Embroideries / Nicola Mullerschon
  • Heritage in Stone: A Decade of Zimbabwean Stone Sculpture, 2000-2010 / Farai M. Chabata
  • Development of the Utopia Art Movement through the Lens of Relationships between Artists and the Art World / Chrischona Schmidt
  • Art Market Bubble of Contemporary Indonesian Art: Part of a Global Development? / Irina Vogelsang
  • Contemporaneity and Commitment
  • Back to Contemporary: One Contemporary Ambition, Many Worlds / Carol Yinghua Lu
  • Festivalizing Performance: Snapshots of an Alternative Circuit / Adele Tan
  • Whither the Postcolonial? / Anthony Gardner
  • Globalization, Representation, and Postcolonial Critique: Austrian Documentary Film auteurs' Take on Globalism / Julia T.S. Binter
  • Contemporary Art as Historical Discourse
  • Aesthetics of Transcultural Desire: Borderline Interventions in Miao Xiaochun's The Last Judgment in Cyberspace and The Last Judgment in Cyberspace---Where Will I Go? / Isabel Seliger
  • Transcultural Perspective on Performativity in Chinese Moving-image Installations / Birgit Hopfener
  • Suddenly Modern: Traditional Chinese Aesthetics in Transformation at the Opening Ceremony of the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympic Games / Ding Ning
  • First Person Plural: Manifestos of the 1970s in Southeast Asia / Patrick D. Flores
  • Representation between Otherness and the Global
  • Global Art History and the "Burden of Representation" / Monica Juneja
  • Display of Indian Contemporary Art in Western Museums and the Question of "Othering" / Cathrine Bublatzky
  • Contemporary Musings / Elizabeth Harney
  • Indonesian Contemporary Art in the International Arena: Representation and Its Changes / Agung Hujatnika
  • Photographs from the Intersections Series by David Goldblatt and the Question of Representation after Apartheid / Anne Linden
  • Planarity/Planetarity: Visual Art Practice as Cultural Technique and the Aesthetics of Xenography in Isaac Julien's Moving-image Art / Rania Gaafar
  • Art under the Conditions of Its Production
  • Worldmaking: The Cosmopolitanization of Dak'Art, the Art Biennial of Dakar / Thomas Fillitz
  • (Re)mapping Luanda: Post-war Utopias of the Angolan Contemporary Art Scene / Nadine Siegert
  • Becoming Transnational: Insights into the Transformations of the Contemporary Art Scene in Nairobi, Kenya / Noemie Jager
  • Frontera---or Talking about Some Limitations of the Translation (Process) of Contemporary Art / Daniela Wolf.
Other information
  • "Global studies : mapping contemporary art and culture is the third volume in the publication series that is part of the project 'GAM-Global art and the museum, ' initiated in 2006 at ZKM/Karlsruhe ... The essays in this volume represent the essence of two conferences held within the framework of this program"--Page 7.
  • "A ZKIII book"--Page 4 of cover.
  • Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN
  • 9783775732024
  • 3775732020
Identifying numbers
  • OCLC: 767534541
  • OCLC: 767534541